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Why Stricter Enforcement Can Also Corrupt Border Agents More

  • America Now Solves Problems with Troops, not Diplomats

  • China’s Cutting Edge Weaponry

    10.05.19
  • Dangerous Detentions: Julian Assange and Remaining in Belmarsh

  • Expanding Direct Democracy won’t make Americans feel better about Politics

  • In Exchange for U.S. Help on Kashmir, India will have to Concede on Trade

    09.17.19
  • China is Positioned to Lead on Climate Change as the U.S. Retreats

  • China’s History Gives it a Different Viewpoint

    09.13.19
  • For Some Children Born Abroad, U.S. Citizenship has Never been a Guarantee

  • Justifications for Inequality: The Neuroses of Kochland

  • The Problem with American Feminism

  • Will Trump’s Trade War with China Ever End?

  • Russia Solidifies Grip on its Cyberspace, via the Sovereign Internet Law

    07.30.19
  • Shoot for the Sun: Why the U.S. Should Prioritize Space-Based Solar Power

    07.19.19
  • When Migrants Go Home, they Bring back Money, Skills and Ideas that can Change a Country

  • Power is a Drug: America’s Historical Amnesia is at the Heart of its Struggle with China

    07.14.19
  • A ‘Development Fund’ for the United States

  • Going Nuclear in the Antipodes: Australia’s Megadeath Complex

  • Standing Against China: The Future of the Indo-American Alliance